i hear the silent language better than i speak it-

LL.

—it having taken the detestable Danai, who came and fled by sea, for men to learn to fear deceptive words accompanying faithless gifts.

LACAN

I have been hovering for some time between the
exquisite sense of the luxurious and a love for
philosophy —were I calculated for the former I should
be glad —but as I am not I shall turn all my soul to the
latter.

KEATS

To John Taylor, 24 Apr. 1818

Sometimes the incapacity to make a mistake happens-

LL.
translations~

-present progressive, turns into the infinitive-

-i had a desire to add emphasis-
so i used a nonstard adverb-

LL.